I am currently running into two problems, the first of which is that when I run the executable with the --ptxas-options=-v I get the following results:
ptxas info: 0 bytes lmem, 3300 bytes sm, -1073746256 cm, 17 reg
The cm value is the part that really doesn’t seam right. Does anyone know if this is at all normal and if not what could be wrong?
Also the other problem that I believe could be linked to the first is that I am trying to calculate multiple matrix inverses at the same time. I can successfully run the program with 11 16x16 32 bit float matrices. If I add a 12th the result of just that matrix is only accurate for about 3 decimal places. If I add a 13th all of the inverse values are incorrect with values mostly of NAN and large negative numbers. Does anyone know what could cause this behavior and if the two issues are linked?
P.S. I realized after posting this that I posted it on the wrong section of the forums. I guess that is what happens when you average 3 hours a night of sleep. All my programming questions will be in the right section, but I could still really use help on this issue.